LG Optimus L9 P769, 4G (T-Mobile)

November 6, 2013 - Comment

The latest and greatest of the Optimus line, is the LG Optimus L9. This phone has a sophisticated, slim design that will fit any from your purse to your pocket. Running on Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) with a powerful 1.0 Ghz Dual-Core processor your experience when surfing the internet, updating your facebook status, and playing

The latest and greatest of the Optimus line, is the LG Optimus L9. This phone has a sophisticated, slim design that will fit any from your purse to your pocket. Running on Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) with a powerful 1.0 Ghz Dual-Core processor your experience when surfing the internet, updating your facebook status, and playing your app will be silky smooth. With Quickmemo, you can capture your screen and make notes with your finger then share them online, by text and email. With Smartshare you can simply send your videos to your smartshare enabled tv. With a sweet 5.0 megapixel camera and LED flash lets you capture continuous pictures in a row and with panorama shot, you can capture a beautiful picture of the skyline. Worried about a shaky picture, just say cheese and your picture will be snapped! So why are you still reading this? Go ahead and add this beautiful LG Optimus L9 in Excellent condition to your cart now!

Phone Specifications

CameraConnectivityDataDisplayGeneralInputMessaging 5.0 MPBluetoothA-GpsTouch ScreenRinger IDPredictive TextEmail Camera FlashMobile HotspotHSPA

Product Features

  • Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) operating system
  • Slim! only .36 inches in depth
  • 4.5 inch display
  • 1 GHz dual core processor
  • WiFi calling enabled on T-Mobile

Comments

SirStinky says:

Almost Perfect for Under $100 Just got Patched to Jelly Bean! UPDATE: Last week, T-Mobile sent a patch to Android 4.1 Jellybean! I really like the subtle changes with 4.1, and the handset actually runs better with some apps. If you are on T-Mobile, be watching for it.I have been living with the Optimus L9 for about 3 weeks, and so far I like it a lot. I have been a Samsung faithful for the last 3 handsets I’ve owned, so I was reluctant to give them up. I got the L9 sort of by accident (or at least unintentionally) when I was looking for a way…

Ryan Sondalle says:

Avoid Until an UpdateIs Available I’ll leave my original review down below but here is my updated change to a 1 star. LG and T-mobile have released Android 4.1.2 jellybean and it has ruined WiFi. By ruined i mean you will not have the option to use WiFi on this phone, it will not function. Neither LG nor T-mobile give a crap about the issue and they refuse to fix the issue, so until they decide to fix it I would not recommend anyone buy this phone. If they do ever fix it my review below explains how it is alright, but without…

K. Langalia "utilitarion" says:

great deal for the price SUMMARY. I have owned the phone since 3/1/13 and it has exceeded my expectations. I paid for 200$ for it and I am not going to expect this phone to have features that 700$ phones have. This is the only phone that is both “Brand Name” and has 4.0 OS.Link to Manufacturer site. […]PROS-Light, Thin, Large dialing buttons, camera flash (could be life saver)CONS-Camera is okay at best. Once you learn to click and tell the camera what you want to focus…

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